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Periodic eight-page updates—each issue contains an article on a particular topic of concern to EHP, plus updates on ongoing activities.

EH&P, No. 1. A More Expansive Concept of Prevention/ Malaria: Serious and Getting Worse/ USAID Marks 40 Years of Malaria-Control Efforts in Nepal/ Current EHP Activities. Summer 1995.

EH&P, No. 2. Risk Assessment Leads to Action in India/ Dengue: The Fastest Spreading Tropical Disease/ Communitiy Assessments: Looking at Risks fromt the Residents’ Perspective/ Current EHP Activities. Spring 1996.

EH&P, No. 3. Sanitation Programming: Giving Precedence to Process/ Diarrhea: The Potential of “Software” Improvements/ Chloroquine Sensitivity Test Results Point to Change in Anti-Malarial Drug Policy in Zambia/ Current EHP Activities. Fall 1996.

EH&P, No. 4. WS&S “Software” and “Hardware”–The Cost-Effectiveness Argument/ Pedal Power Achieves Results in Solid Waste Collection/ Mathematics of Prevention/ Current EHP Activities. Spring 1997.

EH&P, No. 5. Targeting High-Risk Behaviors in Diarrheal Disease Prevention/ Opportunities for Further Reductions in Diarrheal Disease Mortality/ Results: Some Sanitation Successes in Jamaica/ Current EHP Activities. Fall 1997.

EH&P, No. 6. GIS in Malaria Surveillance: Great Expectations/ EHP Global Network on the Health Effects of Indoor Air Pollution in Developing Countries/ Community Management of Water Supply in Cité Soleil, Haiti, Meets Cost-Recovery Goals/ Alarming Facts about Sanitation in Developing Countries. Spring 1998.

EH&P, No. 7. A Minimum Package of Environmental Health Behaviors for Maximum Results/ Environmental Control of Mosquito Breeding Highly Successful in Jordan/ DECNET Links Water and Sanitation Experts Seeking Information on Decentralization. Fall 1998.

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